Highlights 2017 pt 3:

United X Union Prime mover frame:

A few years ago, in 2011 it was difficult to get Bmx frame with 'normal' geometry. Head angles were getting steeper n steeper n back ends got as short as a frozen pizza, so we teamed up with United to make our first colab frame, with tried n trusted classic BMX geometry and a mean look, 7 years later it's going better than ever n this relationship will be getting stronger for the new year.

High lights of 2017

High lights of 2017 in no particular order:

Part 1. Pre work sessions. 

There's only one real way to get a place to ya self n that is to turn up when no one else is there, yep turn up in the early hours of the a.m and although it's harder to get ya body and mind functioning It's quiet, you don't have to battle all the other people or the noise n the general public buffoonery that often goes with many evening's in the summer.

Heres a pic of a morning that saw some guests from the USA. Garrett legging it out the pocket.

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In theme...97 again

BMX magazines, anyone remember them, printed pages! Oh the days, seems like they were killed off by the actual makers themselves. The first print ad we ever did was a mock movie poster from a big 90's block buster featured in Ride UK in 1997. This was pre computer, real paper n scissors cut n paste. At that point in time the team was only myself, jerry Galley n Stuart King. #bicycleunion #bmx #london#ukbmx #londonbmx #90'sbmx

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For the few

I was thinking i should type some thing lengthy about this pic of Chris Stauffer shot by @mrrushmore, but then thought id just post it and let the place and rider tell the story. Ended up some where in between. When the BMX media decided this sort of thing wasnt so cool anymore and scurried off to over expose other styles of riding these guys stayed in the woods and carried on there pursuits. A pic like this should have ended up on a "big" BMX media site with a little piece about the place and rider and how 20 years have passed and the place and rider are still shredding, but then, theres no one in the media who really knows or cares, so the few who come here are some of the only ones who will see it. Stauffer, flattie. POSH 2017, long live BMX and the few that care to know!